Warzone fans consider Rebirth Island’s kill counter “fake” for the community challenge

Warzone Season 2 Reloaded introduced the Community Challenge, where players must join forces and complete tasks to unlock rewards. However, fans are convinced that the goal is impossible to achieve and the kill counter is fake.

When the midseason update rolled out for Warzone on March 23rd, players were treated to a handful of Rebirth content.

From new POIs to hidden vaults, there’s plenty to unpack. Part of this was the community challenge event, which unlocks rewards like the weapon trade system.

However, in order to complete this rebirth, players must combine for 20 billion killsbut the Warzone community thinks it’s fake.

Warzone players call “fake” kill tracker

in one Reddit post With ‘DefunctHunk_COD’ the user points out that Raven Software has to make up numbers since “there’s no damn way” that they are halfway done with the first challenge.

Warzone community tracker

After opening Warzone, you can check the progress of the community challenge.

If you log into Warzone you can see the progress the community has made and after two days it showed 10 billion kills which seems absurd. Hunk said he believes it will increase at a “predetermined rate” to encourage people to gamble.

One Redditor even went so far as to do the math and “prove” it’s fake. They took the active player amount on a Friday night which was around 300,000. If a player dies once a minute for a full day, that’s 432 million kills per day.


Warzone fans believe Raven is faking kill numbers for the challenge.

And since the update was released on March 23, that means that’s well below the 10 billion currently reading it at the time of writing this article.

The community is unconvinced that they’re actually doing anything to make this happen, and feels that Raven Software is just adding numbers at random to make them think they’re “contributing to a common goal”.

Warzone devs didn’t address this, but based on the math, players won’t be sold if they’re at 10 billion kills in just two days. Warzone fans consider Rebirth Island’s kill counter “fake” for the community challenge

Emma Bowman

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